NoQ

NoQ


Tired of Queues? Why wait for coffee or your favourite takeaway when you could be ordering via your phone right now. Search your current location or destination to check out stores, cruise through menus for your favourite item, arrange a pick-up or delivery time, then order and pay all on your phone. No fumbling with change, no looking for menus, no time wasted.

Because life’s too short to be waiting in line, you need the convenience of NoQ.

Recent changes:
V5 release:
- Android 2.2. imrpovements
- Bug fixes

V4 release:
- stability improvements
- fixed bug relating to incorrect status given when ordering

V3 release:
- improved PIN reset process
- fixed a bug where some devices showed the English pound sign instead of the dollar sign
- fixed bug with re-ordering Past Orders

V2 release:
- fixed problem with Android 2.2 not allowing credit cards
- fixed searching on postcodes
- fixed some layout issues on bigger screens
- fixed location-search bug
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Free
78
3.9
User ratings
18
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
1
File size
1901 kb
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About NoQ
Tired of Queues? Why wait for coffee or your favourite takeaway when you could be ordering via your phone right now. Search your current location or destination to check out stores, cruise through menus for your favourite item, arrange a pick-up or delivery time, then order and pay all on your phone. No fumbling with change, no looking for menus, no time wasted.

Because life’s too short to be waiting in line, you need the convenience of NoQ.

Recent changes:
V5 release:
- Android 2.2. imrpovements
- Bug fixes

V4 release:
- stability improvements
- fixed bug relating to incorrect status given when ordering

V3 release:
- improved PIN reset process
- fixed a bug where some devices showed the English pound sign instead of the dollar sign
- fixed bug with re-ordering Past Orders

V2 release:
- fixed problem with Android 2.2 not allowing credit cards
- fixed searching on postcodes
- fixed some layout issues on bigger screens
- fixed location-search bug

User reviews of NoQ
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 24, 2014
Awesome This app is very neat
A Google User
Mar 12, 2013
Minor irritations, otherwise pretty neat I first used NoQ about a year ago on an iphone. I went off my NoQ supported coffee shop (one too many cold coffees) and upgraded to Android and NoQ fell by the wayside. I reinstalled a couple of weeks ago, I'm back to my favourite coffee shop, and have been using it daily since. Not a lot has changed in a year; the UI is either identical or, at least, pretty similar. There are an annoying number of errors. "There has been a connection error..." - I'd be more inclined to believe that it was a connection error if it didn't always happen at exactly the same point in the order process... Plus points - I get to queue jump in a very busy coffee shop. It does what it says on the label. It's intuitive to use.Good response from the developer (I sent a short version of this via a tweet and heard back fairly quickly) Minus points - Still a bit buggy. Far too many screen presses to make an order (why do I have to enter my PIN twice? Security is good, but I don't have to do that for my bank!). Desperately, desperately needs a one-touch favourite order capability. Bottom line? Fix the bugs, add a favouite order feature and list all partners on the website and it's a winner
A Google User
Mar 12, 2013
Minor irritations, otherwise pretty neat I first used NoQ about a year ago on an iphone. I went off my NoQ supported coffee shop (one too many cold coffees) and upgraded to Android and NoQ fell by the wayside. I reinstalled a couple of weeks ago, I'm back to my favourite coffee shop, and have been using it daily since. Not a lot has changed in a year; the UI is either identical or, at least, pretty similar. There are an annoying number of errors. "There has been a connection error..." - I'd be more inclined to believe that it was a connection error if it didn't always happen at exactly the same point in the order process... Plus points - I get to queue jump in a very busy coffee shop. It does what it says on the label. It's intuitive to use.Good response from the developer (I sent a short version of this via a tweet and heard back fairly quickly) Minus points - Still a bit buggy. Far too many screen presses to make an order (why do I have to enter my PIN twice? Security is good, but I don't have to do that for my bank!). Desperately, desperately needs a one-touch favourite order capability. Bottom line? Fix the bugs, add a favouite order feature and list all partners on the website and it's a winner
A Google User
Nov 12, 2012
Meh Wait for it.... Did you just put in android 2.2 enhancements you know 4.2 was just released
A Google User
Nov 8, 2012
638km for a coffee says closest coffee shop is a bit far to drive